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Sarasota's Old Florida Fish Camp

If you will be in the Sarasota area, then you should definitely consider going to Owen’s Fish Camp. We have a variety of great things on the menu for you to try. Some of our starters include garlic snails with chorizo, sweet wine and grits, Maryland spiced shrimp and chicken fried lobster tail. We also have a variety of salads and soups for you to choose from. Additionally, we have fish and chips, fried oyster and shrimp basket and a fish camp basket, which includes fried oysters, fish, fries, slaw and shrimp.

When you are done eating your delicious dinner, you can enjoy one of our delectable desserts. We have apple pie with ice cream, bourbon pecan pie and key lime pie with whipped cream.

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Sarasota’s Old Florida Fish Camp

If you will be in the Sarasota area, then you should definitely consider going to Owen’s Fish Camp. We have a variety of great things on the menu for you to try. Some of our starters include garlic snails with chorizo, sweet wine and grits, Maryland spiced shrimp and chicken fried lobster tail. We also have a variety of salads and soups for you to choose from. Additionally, we have fish and chips, fried oyster and shrimp basket and a fish camp basket, which includes fried oysters, fish, fries, slaw and shrimp.

When you are done eating your delicious dinner, you can enjoy one of our delectable desserts. We have apple pie with ice cream, bourbon pecan pie and key lime pie with whipped cream.

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The oysters that we serve at Owens Fish Camp are among the most requested items on the menu. We have fresh oysters each day so that the flavors are rich and delicious. Oysters are served in various ways, including the popular Oysters Rockefeller with a bit of crab and spinach. We also offer oysters in salads with other pieces of seafood and fried oysters that have a light crunch on the outside with a delightful texture on the inside of the pearls of the sea. Those who want a little more in the way of the amount of food can order an oyster sandwich with several pieces of the seafood on a freshly baked piece of bread.

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Owen’s Fish Camp in Sarasota offers some of the freshest seafood you’ll find in the state. We also have a fun atmosphere and we love welcoming everyone to our place for a great dinner. We’re called a fish camp for a reason, we have fresh caught fish coming in from the local waters every day of the week. We want to be sure our customers not only enjoy the food, but also have a wonderful time while they’re here. We have a laid-back atmosphere that is great for families. The kids will have a blast swinging on the tire swing in our back garden.

At Owen’s Fish camp we focus on providing our customers with quality seafood dishes. Our no-frills menu offers everything from oyster shooters to fish baskets. For those who are a bit adventurous, we offer deviled eggs with “redneck caviar” and garlic snails served over top of cheese grits for a southern twist. We have many locally inspired dishes including our fried green tomato salad, the creole fish gumbo with crawfish tails and the fried soft-s

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You Haven’t Lived Until You’ve Tried These Dishes

No one wants to eat something as exotic and fun as our shrimp-and-chicken Jambalaya in an uptight, stuffy atmosphere–that’s why they come to Owen’s Fish Camp, and eat great food among great friends.

Jambalaya isn’t the only thing being served at our venue. Take a bite of one of our most popular sandwiches, and you’ll agree that it’s called “The Really Good Burger” for a reason. Note that we didn’t call it, “The Best Sandwich Here”: That’s because it isn’t. A true Florida experience isn’t complete without trying our Blackened Mahi Po’Boy, made with bacon, remoulade and pepper jelly and served with a side of Old Bay fries or our house slaw.

If you’re with your sweetheart, and you two lovebirds can’t stop looking into each other’s eyes long enough to look at the menu, give our Low Country Boil a chance. It’s the saving grace for the indecisive and has it all: crab legs, shrimp, mussels, clams, andouille sausage, potatoes and corn.

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Although hungry diners do come from near and far to partake of the incredibly fresh and delicious seafood that we serve at Owen’s Fish Camp, we also have much more to offer. An oasis in the middle of downtown Sarasota, Owen’s Fish Camp is a one-of-a-kind dining establishment.

At Owen’s Fish Camp, we consistently strive to provide our guests with dining experiences that are satisfying and memorable. Being a true southern country-style restaurant, we offer a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere that people of all ages really enjoy.

If you’re not in the mood for seafood, our menu also features items such as sirloin steak, crispy chicken, cool and refreshing salads, burgers, Kosher beef hot dogs, and pulled BBQ pork.

The back courtyard area is a fun spot where guests like to relax before dining in our dining room. Outfitted with picnic tables, lawn chairs, a tire swing and lots of greenery, this area is a wonderful place to enjoy the live music that
is often provided there. If you prefer, y

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Owen’s Fish Camp is the natural choice when you want fresh, locally grown and harvested seafood and side dishes. Our seafood is caught fresh daily, and our sides and salads are supplied by local farmers. Whether you choose our spicy collard greens or our mouthwatering succotash, you’ll be getting the freshest, tastiest cuisine on the bay.

At Owen’s Fish Camp, our hearty, delicious meals are served up with a smile and a generous helping of our fabled southern hospitality. Our chefs combine local favorites with the catch of the day to bring you memorable meals that are sure to satisfy your craving for fresh seafood and sides.

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Tourists Welcome!

We want to welcome you to Owen’s Fish Camp, located Burns Court in Downtown Sarasota, just behind the looming Banyan tree. On your visit to our fine city, we are the go-to place for fine food and Southern Hospitality in a casual atmosphere. Of course,we wouldn’t be a fish camp if we weren’t serving fresh fish caught daily in Sarasota Bay.

Our fresh fish is served by our friendly staff and is accompanied by delicious, classic Southern sides such as black-eyed peas & andouille sausage or spicy local collard greens among many others. Pair your meal with a craft beer or a glass of wine.

You can’t leave Sarasota without stopping by. If you do, you will miss out on a bit of Old Florida. We are located at 516 Burns Court. Our hours are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 4:00pm – 9:30pm, Friday & Saturday 4:00pm – 10:30pm, and Sunday 4:00pm – 9:30pm. We are looking forward to serving you and seeing you on your next trip through.

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Owen's Fish Camp Located in Quiet Part of Downtown Sarasota

Owen’s Fish Camp Located in Quiet Part of Downtown Sarasota

Many locals as well as regular winter snowbirds tell us that Owen’s Fish Camp is a Sarasota tradition, a must-visit restaurant for excellent fish and seafood. However, those who have never been to our rustic, old time seafood shack sometimes have trouble finding us. It’s not that difficult.

Owen’s is located right in downtown Sarasota, but instead of sitting on the waterfront, we’re inland a bit from the hustle and bustle of Bayfront Drive, Sarasota Marina and the high-rise condos that overlook the bay. An easy way to find us is to take Ringling Boulevard towards St. Armand’s Key and turn left at the roundabout at Pineapple Avenue, and then turn right at Selby Lane. Go one street to Burns Lane and turn right again. You’ll find us on the left at 516 Burns Court on the east side of the street. The large Banyan tree out front, given to Owen Burns by Thomas Edison is a great way to locate us. You’ll be glad you did because we ha

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Owen’s Fish Camp Located in Quiet Part of Downtown Sarasota

Owen’s Fish Camp Located in Quiet Part of Downtown Sarasota

Many locals as well as regular winter snowbirds tell us that Owen’s Fish Camp is a Sarasota tradition, a must-visit restaurant for excellent fish and seafood. However, those who have never been to our rustic, old time seafood shack sometimes have trouble finding us. It’s not that difficult.

Owen’s is located right in downtown Sarasota, but instead of sitting on the waterfront, we’re inland a bit from the hustle and bustle of Bayfront Drive, Sarasota Marina and the high-rise condos that overlook the bay. An easy way to find us is to take Ringling Boulevard towards St. Armand’s Key and turn left at the roundabout at Pineapple Avenue, and then turn right at Selby Lane. Go one street to Burns Lane and turn right again. You’ll find us on the left at 516 Burns Court on the east side of the street. The large Banyan tree out front, given to Owen Burns by Thomas Edison is a great way to locate us. You’ll be glad you did because we ha

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